Harvard has produced a few football players over the last few decades, with of course Ryan Fitzpatrick being the notable one. Cameron Brate is another, and he was not drafted. He had to work his way into Tampa, and has carved out a semi-starting role for himself. It took two years for Brate to get more starting reps, but he produced a career high in touchdowns at eight in 2016. He was able to follow up that year with six. The problem for Brate right now is that a drafted tight end out of Alabama is and has been cutting into his workload.